2400 CHEW is a biweekly series of fresh and future-focused conversations emphasizing the current work of alumni, their take on industry trends and how their own work will address, complement, or facilitate those progressions.
Why not study abroad with an alumni travel experience? There is a trip for every travel level and at every age. Past destinations include Russia, Ireland and Italy. New options will be added in the not-so-distant future.
The love of learning continues beyond graduation, and so does the pursuit of new ideas and inspiration. Joining the alumni-exclusive, virtual book club is a great way to connect with others at no cost and discuss common interests.
Fascinating explorations with superb faculty allow you to enjoy those stimulating days as a student (but without the tests or homework). Spend an hour or an entire afternoon pondering intriguing questions about everything from papyrus to politics.
Through thematic lectures and events, the Center for Ethics serves the teaching and study of the liberal arts at Muhlenberg College by providing opportunities for intensive conversation and thinking about the ethical dimensions of contemporary philosophical, political, economic, social, cultural and scientific issues. Browse their site for upcoming events and a video archive of past events.
Catch Up Over Coffee
Casual, live conversations with current and retired faculty and staff. Join us Wednesdays at 9 a.m. (EST) on Zoom to catch up and ask your own questions. New conversations coming Spring 2021.
Listen to past chats here.
Summer Deep Dives
Go back to college from July - August with free, virtual non-credit classes exclusively for alumni. These month-long mini-courses taught by Muhlenberg faculty will keep you sharp and satisfy your curiosity. Space is limited. Classes will be announced and registration begins soon.
For questions on any of these programs, email email@example.com.
Culture on Campus
Muhlenberg’s vibrant cultural dialogue is brought to life through exhibitions of all genres and media. Hear from the voices of diverse, high-quality national, international and regional artists in several exhibition spaces located in the Philip Johnson-designed Baker Center for the Arts.
The Theatre & Dance and the Summer Music Theatre programs serve as an artistic home to some of the region's most talented designers, choreographers and directors with an impressive array of professional credits and interests.